Skip to main content

Boston Globe Investigation: 30% of Released Criminal Aliens ike Emanuel saluliuc (Dumitru) in Washington, Seattle. Commit New Crimes | NumbersUSA

Boston Globe Investigation: 30% of Released Criminal Aliens Commit New Crimes | NumbersUSA: reblogged From "BOSTON GLOBE INVESTIGATION:





BOSTON GLOBE INVESTIGATION: 30% OF RELEASED CRIMINAL ALIENS COMMIT NEW CRIMES

UPDATED:  

The Boston Globe conducted an investigation review of 323 criminal aliens released in New England from 2008 to 2012 and found that 30% of these criminal aliens went on to commit more crimes, including rape, robbery, and murder, after being released. This is a much higher rate than ICE and the Obama administration have reported.
Pres. Obama has claimed that deporting criminal aliens is a “priority” under his Priority Enforcement Program (PEP), but under this new policy 60% of all criminal aliens were released in 2015 alone according to ICE. PEP prohibits ICE agents from targeting most illegal aliens for removal, unless they commit a “serious” crime or are considered a national security threat.
In February a letter from ICE to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), showed that 130 murders or attempted murders have been committed by released criminal aliens since 2010.
ICE does not collect recidivism data on the criminal aliens they release so the Boston Globe conducted its own investigation. In 2013 The Globe won a lawsuit against the federal government that forced them to release the names of the criminal aliens they set free, names that had been previously kept secret as part of immigration records. ICE is the only law enforcement system in the U.S. to keep such records secret.
The Boston Globe then spent three years researching court records to see how many of the criminal aliens reoffended. Due to the amount of effort and time to conduct the investigation the search was limited to the 323 New England criminal aliens released.
Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, believes this rate is probably much higher given the limited access The Globe had to immigrants’ criminal histories.
“This is exactly what the government should be doing to evaluate the impact of its own policy, to make sure that it’s not causing harm,” Vaughan said. “They shouldn’t be doing this blindly without taking the time to evaluate the effects of the policy, the public safety consequences.”
In December 2015 Assistant Homeland Security Secretary, Sarah R. Saldana, testified before Congress that ICE was unable to deport many of the criminal illegal aliens due to court orders or because of a Supreme Court case that limits how long an illegal alien can be detained. If a country refuses to accept the criminal alien back and ICE cannot deport them within six months, then they are forced to release them.
Read more on this report at The Boston Globe.
Illegal Immigration
criminal illegal aliens
Originally Published: Tue, Jun 7th 2016 @ 12:12pm EDT

10 Comments

Post New Comment
New
Richard 6783 of MA's picture
This Boston Globe article is by Maria Sacchetti who is an amnesty advocate from what I have seen in previous articles and in person. Either the proof is incontrovertible or she has changed her position. Ithink that is just so obviously wrong these criminals are being released that she feels she has no choice.
New
Martin  1153 of WA's picture
More Trump Proof That Open Border Judges are Racist/Biased Against American Citizens
I hate open border politician attorneys/judges.....they get away with murder [literally].
New
Steven 9122 of OK's picture
I'm betting the number is much much higher considering a lot haven't been caught yet. 
 3

'via Blog this'

Popular posts from this blog

How YOU Get Paid, Raising an invoice – PeoplePerHour.com Helpdesk

Globalization: Positive and Negative ASpects: Free Trade Blocs, U.S. Foundations, Civic Attitude, and Civil Society in the USA and LATIN AMERICA